Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman's Pet Names Are Frisky, Plus 8 More Celebrity Couple Nicknames

In case you didn’t already know, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are quite possibly the best, most romantic, and friskiest couple in Hollywood. The two met 13 years ago working on a play together just as Mullally was becoming a household name in her star-making role as Karen Walker in Will & Grace (in which Offerman once guested as "Nick the Plumber" in one episode). Offerman, at the time, was a struggling theater and indie film actor and it would be a few more years until his big break as Ron Swanson in Parks and Recreation.

So that sounds adorable, but how are they frisky? Well, the couple is unabashedly open about their relationship and sexual attraction to one another. Unlike other celeb couples who have done a bit too much over-sharing, Offerman and Mullally's lust is somehow endearing. They share a history of working together on multiple projects as well as a history for having, shall we say, unique pet names for each other. They range from the quaint “Mom” and “Pop” to the recently revealed and delightfully vulgar “Legal Property” and “Jizz Jar.” (In fact, Offerman had “Jizz Jar” needlepointed and framed for her ...and they hung it in their kitchen.) We’re not quite sure how, but this makes them even more likable. It just makes us say GET IT. We give Megan and Nick’s pet names for each other a rating of 5 out of 5 Mustaches. Now let’s get to rating more celebrity pet names.

William calls Kate “Poppit”

Ever so British and sweet. It’s also quite common. Royals, they’re just like us! We give this pet name 4 Mustaches.

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Justin Bieber Called Selena Gomez "Mamacita"

We’re only hoping that in return she called the Beibs “Wonder Bread.” Ugh. You get 1.5 Mustaches for that nickname.

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Khloe Calls Lamar “Lam Lam”

Not the most clever nickname in the world, but it is cute. Okay you two, 3 Mustaches. Now, get your act together Lamar, okay?

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Brad and Angelina are "Kitty" and "Miffy"

Since when were Brad and Angelina in Mad Men? There’s something very kitzchy and early 60s about “Miffy” and “Kitty.” We’ll give it 3.5 Mustaches.

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Michelle Obama Calls Barack "Pumski"

The ever graceful, intelligent, throwing shade master, mom dancer extraordinaire, and all around inspiring First Lady calls her husband (you know, one of the most powerful people in the whole wide world), “Pumski.” Considering how much these two talk about the strength of their marriage and their commitment to one another, there’s probably a delightful story behind the name. The First couple gets 5 Mustaches!

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Jay Z calls Beyonce “B”

Jay might have a lot of different acronyms and nicknames thrown around, “HOVA,” “Jay,” “Jigga Man,” “HOV,” and so on, but he’s got one short and sweet name for Mrs. Carter, “B.” I just hope he doesn’t mind the rest of us calling her “Beysus.” 4 Mustaches.

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Ben Affleck and the whole Fam Calls Jennifer Garner “Puppy”

Ben and the kids refer to the actress as “Puppy” at home. The cuteness with this! 3.5 Mustaches.

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The Duke of Edinburgh Calls Queen Elizabeth "Cabbage"

How very French of the British Heads of State. “Ma petite chou” or “My little cabbage” is a common term of endearment in France. Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth were married on November 20, 1947 and last summer the Queen celebrated her Diamond Jubillee, 60 years as Queen. To Phil, she’s Cabbage, and we just adore that. Five Mustaches for the Royal Sweethearts.

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